Obstetric management of the next pregnancy after an unexplained stillbirth: An anonymous postal survey of Australian obstetricians
Background: Women who have an unexplained stillbirth are more likely to be delivered early, by induced labour or Caesarean section, in their next pregnancy. It is unclear whether these birth outcomes result from characteristics of the next pregnancy, or represent management strategies of obstetricians. Aim: To investigate obstetricians' management strategies in the next pregnancy after an unexplained stillbirth. Methods: Anonymous postal survey of Australian obstetricians. Respondents were...[Show more]
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